The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle from Milwaukee, Wisconsin on December 28, 1956 · Page 5
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December 28, 1956 THE WISCONSIN JEWISH CHRONICLE Engagement Told Jewish Women to Hold Open Board Meeting On Tuesd.iy, Jan. 8, the Milwaukee section of the National Council of Jewish Women will Mrs. Silverman to Be Guest Speaker at JNF's David Ben-Gurion Dinner Relatives Sought Mr. Karl Zwillinger, originally from Hungary, who immigrated to the United States about 1900, is being sought by a grandson, Yacov Biatman, now residing in Israel. It- is-brfiinvd-hrr-SifhirgETrhtr- H. M. Seidelman, president of the Milwaukee and Wisconsin JNF Courrcri-7nrtftTtT,-i-rt-c--that the guest speaker at the forthcoming JNF David Ben-Gurion dinner, to be held Jan. 13, will be Mrs. Archibald Silverman of Providence, R. I. Mrs. Silverman has visited most of the cities of the U. S. and Canada on behalf of Palestine and Israel funds. She has also visited all of the South anu Central American countries in behalf of the Keren Hayesod campaigns. Mrs. Silverman was in most of the European countries including the Hebrew University Hospital building fund. ii iJvj.li i mt it a m Mrs. SiU'ennair iscogttized as4 Samson Hall of the Jewish Pran. an eloquent champion of the State of Israel, as wen as many other causes in world Jewish life. would be in his 80's. was em munity Center. Dessert and coffee will be served at 12:30 p.m. Michael Galazan, executive director of the Jewish Vocational Service, will discuss the work of the Adjustment Center for the Mentally Retarded Young Adult. This meeting is open to board members and to the membership at large. ployed for several years in a paper factory. Mr. Bratman was born in Sverepetz, Czechoslovakia, and his parents' nanii were Arthur and Erna. Should anyone have information concerning Mr. Zwillinger or relatives of his, please contact the Jewish Family and Children's Service, 2218 N. Third st. -J To Be July Bride ia;rnni 1 y2&& ( MARILYN LEE GALST Harry Galst, W. Burleigh st., has announced the engagement of his daughter, Marilyn Leo to Robert Teper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Teper, W. Roosevelt dr. Mr. Teper is a graduate of Marquette University, where he was affiliated with A. E. Pi. At present he is attending law school. Miss Galst attended Wisconsin State College in Milwaukee. A late summer wedding is being planned. To Marry In April LIBBY SEDELLE LINDENBERG Mr. and Mrs. Sol Lindenberg, N. 52nd St., announce the betrothal of their daughter, Libby Sedelle, to Sherwood Earl Temkin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis S. Temkin, N. Morris blvd. Miss Lindenberg is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and is now teaching at the 66th st. school. Her fiance graduated from the state university in Madison and received his B. B. A. and M. B. A. degrees. His fraternity is Phi Sigma Delta. An April wedding is being planned. U.W.M. Players to Give "Huck Finn' Jan. 5 "Huck Finn," Mark Twain's perennial classic, will be presented in an unforgetable dramatic adaptation by the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Theater, in Karger Auditorium, Saturday, Jan. 5, at 1:15 p. m., it was announced by Norman Adelman, Director of Children's Activities. Parents are invited to join their youngsters. Children in the Saturday afternoon groups meeting regularly at 1:00 p. m. will attend the performance as part of their club period and are asked to purchase tickets from their group leaders in advance. Tickets also are available at the Center reception desk. Be a LIFE-SAVER and Enjoy TAX SAVING BENEFITS PAY XOY Your Pledge to the MILWAUKEE JEWISH WELFARE FUND, Inc. 135 W. Wells St. STATE BANK 740 n. plankinton Member Federal Deposit lnurence Corporation Federal Reserve System MARLENE SANDRA SWEET The engagement of their daughter, Marlene Sandra, to Milton Silverman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Silverman, Chicago, 111., was announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Sweet, N. 50th st. The future bride attended the University of Wisconsin and Prospect Hall. Mr. Silverman graduated from Chicago University and the College of Jewish Studies, Chicago. The wedding will take place in July. Hebrew U. Friends Group Plans Annual Meeting Dr. Frederic R. Lachman, executive vice-president of the American Friends of the Hebrew University will speak on "Treasures From The Desert Coming to Israel's Rescue: From the Dead Sea Scrolls to Uranium," at the annual meeting of the Milwaukee chapter to be held at an 11 o'clock brunch in the Jewish Community DR. FREDERIC II. LACHMAN Center, Sunday, Jan. 13, 1957. Dr. Lachman's talk will be accompanied by a colored movie showing the construction of the ne $30,-OCO.000 Hebrew University Campus. Dr. Lachman was formerly a research fellow in history and a biblical archaeologist at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He has lectured extensively throughout the world as a special representative of Israel's Ministry of Education and Culture. Following a brief business meeting election of officers will take place. The annual meeting is open to everyone. For reservations contact David Goodman, secretary, 8915 N. Bayside, Milwaukee 17. Dr. Abraham Melamed, president of the Milwaukee chapter, will preside. Men of principle are always bold, but those who are bold are not always men of principle. Confucius on certificates of deposit beginning January 1, 1957 2 Interest paid on regular saving! f ) Lccal Women Honored for Israel Bond Services Milwaukee women who have rendered outstanding service In the Israel bond campaign, were paid tribute at a reception by Mrs. Ivan Weinstein, new chairman for Chen, honorary organization of women workers. Isaac I'nna, information officer for the consulate general at Chicago, was the principal speaker. Shown above, left to right, are Mrs. Louis Lerner, winner of a dress donated by the Rhea Manufacturing company, for making the largest number of sales on Israel Day; Mrs. Jack Futterman, women's marshal for Israel Day, and Mrs. Bernard Gundersheim, winner of a portable television set, donated by Charles Lubotsky, for the largest amount in collections and sales on Israel Day. Mrs. Sam Bartfield received a national award for her leadership in Beth El Ner Tamid synagogue's recent bond dinner. Four women, Mrs. Sam Feingold, Mrs. Joseph Free, Mrs. Jacob l levich and Mrs. Frank Grossman, became Milwaukee's first members of "The Advanced Guard of Chen" for each collecting $40,000 in Israel bonds, including their own purchases. Twenty-nine other women received Chen charms for volunteer service. Temple Emanu-El Subscribes $43,000 at Bond Dinner; Max Lerner Speaks A total of $43,000 was subscribed by congregants of Temple Emanu-El in Israel bonds during the temple's bond campaign, it was announced as the drive was concluded, Sunday riht, with a slirring address by M:is Lerner, noted author, journalist find university professor. Lerner, formerly a foreign correspondent, now professor of American civilization at Brandeis university, and a columnist for the New York Post, declared that the march of an Israeli army into Egypt to head off contemplated attacks by the Arab states to wipe out Israel, marked a turning point in Jewish history, changing the role of Jewry from submission and death in concentration camps, to one of a peoplo with a voice and a capacity to determine their own destiny. "Six million Jews died in concentration camps without arms," Lerner said. "But now Jews Jo-cided not to wait and be massacred. They marched into the Sinai desert and the Gaza strip as a people who had found a way to defend themselves." Contrasts Wrath Pointing to the provocations by Egypt against Israel, such as the Suez canal blockade, the incessant border raids, the threats of destruction against the new nation, and criticizing a "do nothing" policy by the United States and the United Nations to deter Egypt, Lerner asserted that "those who were swift in judgment and terrible in their wrath again.-it Israel, were never as swift in judgment or terrible in their wrath against Nasser and the Arab leaders who Nasser a "Desert Mussolini" had created the situation." Lerner declared that the Arab and Jewish people could live together in peace, and blamed the conflict to Arab rulers who, fear ful of the influence of a democratic state, with high standards of iving like Israel, upon their own subjugated peoples, found it necessary to build up hatred against Israel, to divert the minds of their feudal subjects. He termed Nasser a "desert Mussolini" who lacked only the economic and military means to be another world men- e. Lerner said that American policy was creating a vacuum in the Middle East now being filled by HO Kohl's Food Stores o Feature The World's Finest Foods Kohl's Quality Saves You Money! Soviet Russia. He declared that an opportune time existed with British, French and Israeli troops in Egypt, to effect a peace settlement, with America exerting an influence, but the expulsion of the troops had destroyed this opportunity. The other alternative is now taking place, fraught with danger to the future, again the formation of a Nasser-Communist axis, the speaker reminded. Presiding as chairman at the dinner was John Ruppa, chairman of the temple's campaign, who introduced Lerner. Rabbi Dudley Weinberg spoke briefly, pointing to the need of Israel for economic assistance. City of Hope Chapter to Hold Supper Party The Phyllis Berman chapter of the City of Hope invites all members to be guests of the chapter at a supper, to be held on Tuesday, Jan. 8, at Beth Am Center, at 0:30 p.m. The rest of the evening will be devoted to cards and mah-jongg. The members are asked to bring their own cards and mah-jongg sets. Mmes. Edward 'Mason, Sam Levenson and Jack Forman with their committee have planned the menu. Hostesses for the evening will be the board members. Reservation chairmen are Mrs. Arthur Blumenthal, HO. 2-3171, and Mrs. Rudolph Kane, ED. 2-9035. Mrs. William Solochek, donor chairman and Mrs. Arthur Coggan, catalogue chairman will distribute donor cards at this meeting. Mrs. Hyman Domnitz, vic-presi-dent in charge of membership urges sponsors and new members to make their reservations for the Gala past holiday supper party which will be held at the home of Mrs. Michael Marasco, 9009 W. Wright st.. on Tuesday, Jan. 15 at 7 p.m. Membership reservation chairmen are Mrs. Arthur Blumenthal, HO. 2-3171 and Mrs. Rudolph Kane, ED, 2-9035. TV star Sid Caesar has inaugurated the Sid Caesar "Dollar-A-Year-Club" for cancer and leukemia research at the City of Hope. An airborn "Caravan of Hope organized by Gruman Aircraft and led by TV star June Havoc, flew from New York to Los Angeles for a three day tour or tne Lity o. Hope. fX3QgM - '.- ' ... ji MRS. AIICIIIBALD SILVERMAN Sweden, Germany, Austria, Hungary, Czechoslovakia: she was in Lithuania and Poland during the summer of 1939, returning home three days before the invasion of Poland. Mrs. Silverman paid her 20! h visit to Israel last year. She was vice-president of the Zionist Organization, American Jewish Congress, national Hadas-sah, national Young Judaea, and Men's ORT Group to Stage Family Party Milwaukee Men's ORT. hitting the 100 mark in membership in its third year, stages its second annual big family event Saturday night, Jan. 5, at Hubbard Lodge, Shorewood. President George Zurkoff announced a program o.f games, food, prizes and fun for ORT members and their families. Several prizes for each youngster arc guaranteed, Zurkoff says. There ;- no admission charge. Paid up members are eligible to attend. Arrangements for the affair are in charge of Nate Schnoll, ORT ways and means vice-president. Men's ORT is in the midst of a membership drive which sets as its goal the possible doubling of the 100 figure by June 1957. Heading the campaign are these members of the board of directors: Nate Altman, Art Becker, Randy Chase, Harry Edelman, Frank Haber, Leo Kissel, Dr. Stanley Marks, Sid Palay, Marv Schen-baum and Al Sucher. The group's treasurer is Norman Conn. 1 r 9mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmiMmmcwmmmmmiM MRS. MAX ORENSTF.IN With Mrs. Archibald Silverman as the guest speaker, and with the two Israeli stars of stage, screen and radio, Mr. Seidelman assures a most interesting program for the evening. All wishing reservations for this dinner are urged to contact Mrs. Max Oivnstein, ticket chairman, of the JNF office, at the earliest date, so that they may be assued of seating accommodations, since the seating capacity of Halevi Hall of Beth El Ner Tamid Synagogue it limited. We Serve THE FINEST STEAKS CHICKEN SEAFOOD For Reservations Please Phone BRoadway 6-7535 The iMiimiiiii: WHAT PRICE POPULARITY? 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